One of these things is not like the others (Part 2)

From the front page of the Dominion Post this morning:

  1. Kevin Trenberth, head of the climate-analysis section at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Colorado: “It’s as clear a warning as we’re going to get about prospects for the future.”
  2. Professor Lionel Carter, of Victoria University’s Antarctic Research Centre: Antarctica was losing mass, and the West Antarctic ice sheet in particular was causing concern as much of it was below sea level. A change to its mass could see the ice sheet lift off and raise the sea level by three to five metres
  3. Professor Martin Manning, of Victoria’s Climate Change Research Institute: humans were a primary driver for climate change, and the question now was how we dealt with the problem.
  4. ACT candidate and agriculture spokesman Don Nicolson: “No-one can give me conclusive proof that mankind is actually having an effect on the weather.”
No, they can’t Don, not when you’ve got you’re fingers in your ears.
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